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J. W. Adams to Frederick Douglass, May 31, 1855

J. W. Adams to Frederick Douglass, May 31, 1855

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J. W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass, May 11, 1855

J. W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass, May 11, 1855

J. W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 11 May 1855. Reveals another insulting article written by the Albion Anti-Slavery Society.

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Jason Jeffrey to Frederick Douglass, August 14, 1855

Jason Jeffrey to Frederick Douglass, August 14, 1855

Jason Jeffrey to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 24 August 1855. Mentions that a black freeholder, “Mr. Berry,” has been summoned to act as a juror in court.

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J[ames]W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass, May 4, 1855

J[ames]W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass, May 4, 1855

J[ames]W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 4 May 1855. Counters claims that he was a member of a proslavery Presbyterian church.

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L. C. to Frederick Douglass, March 29, 1855

L. C. to Frederick Douglass, March 29, 1855

L. C. to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick DouglassP, 20 April 1855. Proposes that "New Association" be committed to a plan of "He that would be free, himself must strike the blow."

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Marcus Stickney to Frederick Douglass, June 20, 1855

Marcus Stickney to Frederick Douglass, June 20, 1855

Marcus Stickney to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 29 June 1855. Opposes legislative representation based on population numbers that count slaves.

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Minnesota to Frederick Douglass, April 5, 1855

Minnesota to Frederick Douglass, April 5, 1855

Minnesota to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 20 April 1855. Reports from Minnesota the misuse of taxes in that state and the resolutions of the Republican party there.

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Minnesota to Frederick Douglass, April 7, 1855

Minnesota to Frederick Douglass, April 7, 1855

Minnesota to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 27 April 1855. Proposes the acquisition of Canadian lands for settlement by free blacks.

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Nubia to Frederick Douglass, April 27, 1855

Nubia to Frederick Douglass, April 27, 1855

Nubia to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 1 June 1855. Praises the Alta California newspaper for its moral tone and opposition to slavery; remarks on new laws taxing Asian immigrants and barring gambling.

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Nubia to Frederick Douglass, April 6, 1855

Nubia to Frederick Douglass, April 6, 1855

Nubia to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 6 April 1855. Delivers news from San Francisco, including the uproar caused by a black man voting at a convention of whites.

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